Meeting Minutes for March 12, 2018

7:00 pm – Board of Directors met prior to the general membership meeting. These are the list of issues that were discussed:

7:30 pm – Meeting was called to order – Pledge of Allegiance & Conservation pledge

Introduction of Officers: Stephen Gustkey- Pistol (filled in for absence of Mike C.), John Hiser-Treasurer, Brian Jesteadt- Membership, Mike Ripley- Jr. Rifle/Black Powder, Tom Horstman- Trap, James Hacke- Recording Secretary.

Treasurer’s Report: John read treasurer’s report.

Bills and Communications: Erie Insurance Bill was paid $3,416. Upcoming spring taxes will be $727.04

Pop: Steve turned in $7.

Rental Committee Report: March 16th, 17th, 18th (Pistol Match),March 24th (Frolic), April 10th, 17th, 24th Iron Mountain, Sept 25 & 26 (Hunter Safety Class).

Pistol Team: Pistol team took in $265, expense $40, kept $65, turned in $160. The pistol team shoots on Thursdays from 5 PM till dark. 22 cal. & Centerfire 32, 38, & 45 cal. All welcome to come practice.

Trap Team: Tom turned in $192.13. Practice will resume this spring on Tuesdays, $3.50 per 25 targets. Open to general public, club members, and new shooters.

Black Powder: Mike took in $180, expenses $115, kept $20, turned in $45. 2nd Sunday of each month 11:00am are the meat shoots (Black powder, closest to bullseye). March 24 is the Frolic. 9am-1pm is the woods shoot, 1pm-5pm is the novelty shoot w/ a banquet dinner to follow

Junior Rifle Team: Nothing to turn in this month. Juniors welcome to come shoot on the 1st and 3rd Tuesday’s of each month from 6:30 to 8:00 pm.

Archery: Still looking for any members willing to join together to make a team to practice.

Fun Indoor Shoot: Dickie turned in $235. The fun shoot is 10 rounds for $10. They will be shooting every Monday from Noon-4pm. Everyone is welcome. Iron/Peep sights with .22 caliber rifles from a rested position. Closest to bullseye wins a prize.

Membership: Brian read new memberships and turned in $555 of which $60 to maintenance fund and $495 to the general fund. $40- was turned in for key cards. He reported 49 new members for 2018 which brings a total of 421 Sr, Life and Charter members. Total membership is 568 .

Old Business: Still looking for bids on getting french drains put in around building. Plans are moving forward on planning a club picnic on May 19th. The scout troop that stayed at the club this past January donated $100 to the club and expressed their thanks for using the club.

New Business: The club received a letter from the Troop D stated police asking for a donation for the upcoming camp cadet. It was voted and agreed that the club will donate $1,000.

Good of the Association: Still planning on having a Meet and Greet picnic in May for the membership. If anyone is interested in helping to plan or help out at the event contact Steve Gustkey.

Also please remember to police your brass on all the shooting ranges.

8:11 pm – Motion to adjourn.

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